For the month of October, we are very pleased to feature a selection of photographs by John Tylczak in the Forest Club Room! Tylczak (pronounced tile-zack) grew up in Shelton, Wash., where four generations of his family have lived since … Continue reading →
Greetings, SEFS community! I am pleased to be writing to you as the new outreach and events specialist for our school. I’m thrilled to be here, and I’m looking forward to planning some amazing events, showcasing the school’s achievements and … Continue reading →
Live on San Juan Island for one or both of these 5-week intensive lab and field marine biology courses offered at UW’s marine station, Friday Harbor Labs (FHL). Located on a 480-acre biological reserve, FHL has access to marine habitats … Continue reading →
Edmonds Community College student, Nichole Sheehan, reflects on her summer spent as a curation intern. "I really enjoyed the behind-the-scenes aspects such as reading historical plant condition notes and evaluating plants for health and maintenance using my pests and diseases classwork."
Ivory-seeking poachers are exhausting Africa’s elephant populations at an alarming rate, according to new research recently published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The study provides the first reliable estimate of illegal elephant kills for the entire continent. […]
I want to mention a few things that you can expect at our upcoming TWS Council meeting and national conference at the David Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, PA. I direct your attention to our conference web site at www.wildlifesociety.org. […]